Jon Stich will be having a show of new paintings, opening is Friday March 2nd from 6-9 pm at Rise Above Graphics / 4770 Telegraph / Oakland, CA. The show runs through March; in addition to originals and prints for sale, the gallery will be selling t-shirts of Jon’s “Mr. T-Rex”.
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
David Fullarton Just completed this illustration for an article entitled “Jim Allison’s Long and Winding Road,” for UC Berkeley’s California Magazine. Allison, the subject of both article and illustration, discovered a protein which attaches to T cells and went on to develop a drug to block its action. If the new drug did its job, it would free up the immune system to identify and attack cancerous cells, even those that have resisted chemotherapy.
Janet Hamlin returns to Guantanamo Bay once again, to court report the Majid Khan arraignment tomorrow. “Today we took a tour of the camps where the detainees are held, and were allowed inside a recently vacated camp,” says Janet.
Monday, February 27, 2012
Chris Gash’s drawing table ranneth over this month, as usual! Here are a few of the jobs he’s done that we somehow missed earlier: For The Wall Street Journal, illustrating an article about how to interpret all those baffling letter classifications for mutual funds:
Carl Wiens’ illustration for beloved client On Earth magazine accompanies an article about a new generation of greenhouses built in hot, arid environments that draw salt water from the oceans, use the water to cool and control the temperatures inside the greenhouses, and produce fresh water for the operation.
Friday, February 24, 2012
[[posterous-content:pid___0]]Javier Medellin Puyou designed this poster for Feria Nacional Potosina, a famous Mexican fair held every August. Various attractions of the fair are highlighted on each balloon, such as the art scene, food and commercial area, and amusement park.
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Dale Stephanos commands the cover of this week's New York Observer with his caricature of William Boyland, the last of the "Brownsville Kennedys," and possibly the end of a political dynasty.